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Battery charge limitation not shown in BIOS for HP Spectre x360 15-eb0180ng

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Spectre x360 15-eb0180ng
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Good to see you, recently I substituted my old notebook to the new one, both are manufactured by your corporation and are the same model series, i.e., hp spectra x360. The specific model name for the old and the new are provided below.

Old model: 15-df1008ng.
New model: 15-eb0180ng.

So far, I used to utilize the functionality of the battery care function, allowing us to make the limitation of the charge maximum in order to prolong the battery recycling life. In my old notebook, this function is available by changing the BIOS option.

In the new notebook, however, I am not able to find a similar option in BIOS. I think there should be the battery care option in the BIOS of my new notebook since it is the newest version of your company product. In other words, I guess that the method of how to change the maximum limitation of the charge percentage of the battery is changed, for which I could not find this function in BIOS.

Thus, my question is as follows:
Where is the option for controlling the things related to the battery in my new notebook?

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@JWHAN wrote:

... Where is the option for controlling the things related to the battery in my new notebook?



By some reasons, this option/feature is no longer available in BIOS of many machines. Please use the following guide to keep battery healthy



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Dear Banhien,

Thank you for your rapid reply. Then, officially, HP did not give the function of adjusting the maximum battery level, though, is there any way to adjust it by artificially?

Because, almost all the time, I just put the notebook in my desk with plugging the power cable, meaning that I don’t need to maintain the always full charge.



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